Wednesday, November 27, 2013

On the Road Second Draft... and the return of May Queen Crafts!

Well, it's been a while, hasn't it? This blog idea of mine fizzled out pretty quickly, and I can blame that on AdSense. I'm still not entirely sure why I was kicked out of the program, but it frustrated me so much that I didn't see the point of blogging anymore.

But now I'm back!

To kick things off, I thought I would show you guys the updated version of my On the Road page from way back in the spring. You can view the original page here, and check out the updated one below.

You can see that I've added two new pics and a few fun accents. I didn't include a close up of the journaling, so I'll explain the pics here.

The Memphis pic depicts my first ever time in the front row at a Hanson concert. I attended a fan club event with around 80 other fans and the front row was so wide that we all got a spot on it. I have to say, I don't think I can go back now that I know how awesome front row is!

The new Nashville pic shows my friend Lacy and I after "The Wet Walk." Before most concerts, Hanson hosts a one mile barefoot charity walk. For everyone who walks, they donate money a dollar to one of a couple different charities, including Toms Shoes and Bloodwater Mission. You can read more about the Talk The Walk campaign here. During this particular walk, it was pouring rain, but that didn't stop us from taking our shoes off and heading down the street.

Supplies used:

cardstock: Die Cut with a View 12 Inch by 12 Inch Textured Jewels Cardstock Stack
patterned paper: K&Company Designer Paper Pad, Color Basics Radiant, 12-by-12-Inch
punch: The Paper Studio
stickers: Everyday Eclectic Stickers 12"X12"-Element
letter stickers: American Crafts Thickers Foam Letter Stickers, Rootbeer Float Black
glittery dot stickers: Heidi Grace
ink pen: ZIG Writer Dual Point Marker: Black

Just a quick note that the links above go through my brand new Amazon affiliates program account! Any purchases will help me earn a little money... and maybe just your clicks. I'm not sure how it works, but I've provided links to as many of the products I used as possible, so check them out!

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